How Time Slips Away 13 Richard

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Is that a sword on his back? At first glance I thought this was a GIJoe print of an old-school Snake-Eyes but you'd think that would have been mentioned by the artist. I mean the sword could be something else, and the round head could be a bald guy instead of a mask, but its hard to unsee Snake-Eyes in the print.
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Navinabob wrote:
automator wrote:New image How Time Slips Away 13 Richard - Detail


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Is that a sword on his back? At first glance I thought this was a GIJoe print of an old-school Snake-Eyes but you'd think that would have been mentioned by the artist. I mean the sword could be something else, and the round head could be a bald guy instead of a mask, but its hard to unsee Snake-Eyes in the print.
Solitary adventures are nice to have every so often, but without a companion to share them with (human or otherwise), sublime moments like this one just don't seem to mean as much...

This scene is dedicated to a friend who has been constantly either underfoot or at my side for 13 years now. He's an old man by canine standards, but still the best pup there ever was..
I think it's hiking gear. Still, sweet print!
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Nice work JC. Keeping it fresh..
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Will this be available to those outside the sub?
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DonPiano wrote:Will this be available to those outside the sub?
Yessir- planning to put them up Friday (8/30) at 2PM eastern, along with a few other things
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DonPiano wrote:Will this be available to those outside the sub?
Yessir- planning to put them up Friday (8/30) at 2PM eastern, along with a few other things
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Fri Aug 30, 2013 1:39 pm

Where on the blog is the store link? I must be blind.
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Fri Aug 30, 2013 1:55 pm

The blog is the store. He will either update the post or add a new post with paypal buttons.
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Up! Along with some other prints.
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Fri Aug 30, 2013 4:51 pm

Neo1971 wrote:Up! Along with some other prints.
Thanks - I was checking EB before heading over to his site closer to 2 and saw your post. I picked up How Time Slips Away, which I've been coveting since I saw the first images for subscribers.
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